In Memoriam

  • Carroll Julian Whitfield

    Carroll Julian Whitfield

    Carroll Julian “Whit” Whitfield, ME 55, of Tifton, Ga., on April 23. Whitfield was an engineer whose designs helped farmers to improve their efficiency and crop yield. At Georgia Tech he was a co-op student and worked at Sonoco Products in Hartsville, S.C. He was inducted into Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society and in 1955 more

  • W. Mansfield Jennings

    W. Mansfield Jennings

    W. Mansfield Jennings Jr., IM 56 of Hawkinsville, Ga., on June 23.  Jennings was a native of Hawkinsville who became a leader dedicated to his hometown. After earning a bachelor’s degree at Georgia Tech, he earned an MBA from Emory University and studied at Georgia State University and London School of Business. A veteran of more

  • Ronald Mack Bell

    Ronald Mack Bell

    Ronald Mack Bell, IM 59, of St. Simons Island, Ga., on June 12. Bell had an impressive military career before returning to his alma mater as a leader in the Georgia Tech Research Corporation. Bell graduated from Tech with a degree in industrial management in 1959. Later, Bell continued his education by earning an MBA from the more

  • E. Jo Baker-Henry

    E. Jo Baker-Henry

    E. Jo Baker-Henry, of Atlanta, on Sept. 23. Baker left a lasting legacy to Georgia Tech through the establishment of the President’s Scholarship Program.  Baker received her law degree from Atlanta Law School in 1948 before deciding to change directions and pursue a career in psychology. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of more

  • Jim Borders awarded for contributions to Atlanta

    Jim Borders awarded for contributions to Atlanta

    Jim Borders, ME 83, is the 2015 recipient of the Frank Carter Community Achievement Award from the Urban Land Institute Atlanta. Borders is the president and CEO of Novare Group, a real estate development firm. The Frank Carter Community Achievement Award is given annually to an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the metro more